Former Michigan quarterback Joe Milton claims he hasn’t made a decision on his next college destination.
Recently, it was reported that Milton pulled the trigger on deciding to transfer to Tennessee to play for Josh Heupel and the Volunteers. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)
Sources: Former Michigan quarterback Joe Milton plans to sign with Tennessee. He’s expected to formally commit later this month.
— Pete Thamel (@PeteThamel) April 19, 2021
Well, it might not be that simple. He told the Orlando Sentinel that no decision has been made between Tennessee or Washington State.
“Nah. I haven’t decided yet …probably Saturday night,” Milton explained.
I want to thank Coach Harbaugh for giving me that opportunity to come play for a program with lots of tradition. I have bonds with my brothers that will last forever, I have decided to enter the transfer portal As a Grad transfer with three years of eligibility. pic.twitter.com/PeANE2vWmD
— Joe milton #5 (@Qbjayy7) February 18, 2021
So, it sounds like Tennessee is very much in play, but nothing has been set in stone just yet. If the decision is between Washington State and the Volunteers, I’m not even sure how it’s a tough call.
Do you want to play in the SEC against some of the best talent in the country or in the PAC-12 at 11:00 p.m. when America is sleeping?
Seems like a damn easy call to me.
No matter who lands Milton, if he can get back to looking like he did against Minnesota, then they’re going to have a solid quarterback. He has a lot of potential, he just needs to prove it.